Featuring faculty lectures, undergraduate research presentations, and an alumni panel.
Join faculty (Professors Bonner, Darrow, and Musselwhite), students (Nataly DeFreitas '20, Paula Lenart '20, and Vitalia Williams '22) and alumni speakers (Nate Fick '99, Stoney Portis G'13) as we explore Dartmouth's long history with our nation's military engagements and the effects of America's wars on our students and our campus life.
Veteran alumni are invited to attend a box lunch with speakers. Please RSVP to Roberta Stewart at [email protected] to guarantee your place and indicate if you will join us for lunch.
Faculty Panel. Historical Perspectives on Dartmouth's Role in Earlier Conflicts.
Paul Musselwhite, Associate Professor of History, Dartmouth College
Dartmouth on the Front Line: The Upper Valley in the War for Independence
Robert E. Bonner, Professor of History, Kathe Tappe Vernon Professor of Biography, Dartmouth College
Dartmouth and the Civil War: Soldiers, Students, and Faculty Confront Secession and Slavery
Margaret Darrow, Professor Emerita of History, Dartmouth College
The First World War at Dartmouth, 1914-1918.
Box lunch for speakers and veteran audience
Undergraduate Research Panel. 'War Stories" (COLT 64/CLST 11) and Dartmouth Stories of Campus Climate.
Alumni Panel. Alumni Veterans Perspectives on Dartmouth Education and Military Service in Contemporary Conflicts. Followed by short reception and dinner.
Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.